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- For the 2021 film, see Shin Ultraman.
The name "Ultraman" is an official English transliteration of the name Urutoraman (ウルトラマン). A combination of the English words, 'ultra', spelled in katakana as ウルトラ (urutora) and 'man', spelled in katakana as マン.
Tsuburaya Productions and Toho have officially classified this incarnation of Ultraman as Shin Ultraman (シン・ ウルトラマン, which is also the Japanese title of the film in which it appeared. Shin Urutoraman)
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In his statement, Higuchi remarked that "A baton has been entrusted to me that has been shining ever since I was a small child. I will solemnly strive to fulfill my responsibility to pass on that heavy, radiant baton created by my seniors."
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Ultraman resembles the third Ultraman suit used in the original series. However, his physique is slender and tall. The iconic Color Timer located on his chest is missing as a result of Shin Ultraman's appearance is based on the original timer-less Ultraman design by Tohl Narita. Due to the limitless nature of CGI, Ultraman lacks eyeholes and a dorsal fin to contain the zipper of the suit. His signature markings are slim and droop to his upper stomach while his predecessor's are thick and on his chest.
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- Shin Ultraman (2021)
- The first look at Ultraman's design was not in a trailer, but rather an image during the opening ceremony of Tsuburaya Convention 2019 on December 13.
- Much like Anno and Higuchi's interpretation of Godzilla, Ultraman resembles an earlier concept from his debut outing. While Godzilla has a similar head to the maquette used for the iconic image of Godzilla biting a train, Ultraman is based off Tohl Narita's 1983 painting "The Incarnation of Truth, Justice, and Beauty".
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